fuego6: Film!?! and how the hell does he just "throw" the hoop that high in the air? Terrible "inteview"...
I think he uses a bilateral launcher for the hoop...otherwise there is no possible way the lights would remain in the sky King enough to scan.
I'm not sure any of this is real...I tried it and could not get the light columns to behave. Maybe I have too much dust on my D800 sensor.
newe: Personally I think this camera is already out of date...bright spots should never be happening at this point in imaging. I'm waiting for the D820...in the meantime my camera phone will suffice.
Ha ha...yah...but I'm no post checker!! Luddites!
Lol...you guys are great!
Always "fish" in the sea...lol.
And the post checkers too...guess unemployment is good for u.
Personally I think this camera is already out of date...bright spots should never be happening at this point in imaging. I'm waiting for the D820...in the meantime my camera phone will suffice.
Prognathous: The only thing you need to know: the $10 photography bundle is a trap.
Quote from Adobe's membership contract:
"The price of your one-year commitment (as reflected in the monthly installment amounts) may change for your next annual renewal, and we’ll provide you notice of a change by email"
In short, nothing but a teaser price. Get ready to pay through the nose as soon as you've created enough project files and can't properly open them by anything else. Good luck being Adobe's hostage.
CS6 and below are NOT perpetually licensed...if their activation server goes down or they stop the server, then you are SOL...unless you have other means to do so.
I have the TG-1...it is perfect for diving and having fun. For so-called "regular" shots, it does hve its drawbacks. But if you shoot with some negative EV and are willing to do some editing later, you have a good package. For its intented use it is superative, but expect to edit. I am thinking of upgrading to the TG-3 actually.
My camera does not have a "Moon" mode. Can I attempt this endeavor with any chance of success? There is an "M" mode on my main dial...is this "Moon" mode? It doesn't seem to do anything. Please advise.
Maybe Barney is just trolling... Just my opinion.
what a fiasco...D400 would have been better....weirdos running the company.
Where is the D400 unboxing???
I'll get a one for $500. Have tons lenses. Including sigma. No lens snobbery on my end
newe: So...what is the best price for people to eliminate the complaints?
I have thought about this a bit...if I could get just photoshop cloud for $5 a month I would do that, with NO price increases. I may even sign a contract (like a cell) for 3 years.
Wonder why they don't do that?
So...how much are people really willing to spend on the PS for the cloud (why people think you lose your edits or your photos is just stupid...oh well). I said $5 a month for me..which is $60 a year. I realize I have no control over what Adobe does in the case of cloud, but for $5 why not. Just wondering what everyone's "cloud break even point is".
BTW, even with a physical box you still would need to activate PS..so you would still be at their mercy anyway.
So...what is the best price for people to eliminate the complaints?
What happened to this company? Only distributing betas?
Looks aweful...would prefer Nikon D400
LOL on the first one...no way that is a legit repair...LOL!!!
dblues: Highly recommend Sagelight. At least try it. It is a 48 bit (16bit per channel) program. It's amazing what it can do, and it does everything very fast. It does not have layers or batch processing as of yet, but image manipulations and enhancements are amazing and as I said very fast. Sagelight supports the following color spaces in the Power Curves and other modes: •RGB•XYZ•C*I*E LAB•Hunter LAB•HSL•HSB/HSV•YCrCb•C*I*E LCH•C*I*E YXY•C*I*E RGB•C*I*E Hunter Lab•C*I*E YCrCb
no color management though...
newe: People forget that all recent CS versions are cloud in that you must activate anyway...if you want to move to a new machine Adobe may say no anyway. I like what they did with CS2...they provided an activation free version this year. Perhaps they could do this for later versions eventually for those who do not want or cannot afford Adobe CC.
It most certainly did happen...not falsely reported:
yes I know...but my point was that Adobe could have shut you down any time they wanted anyway...just not every few months or so.